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Food, fun and sun at Westminster's Fourth of July celebration

Crowd gathered in Westminster City Park to eat, play and listen to music and watch acrobats, all part of the city’s July 4 Celebration. Residents are invited to set up tents and umbrellas at the … more

News in a Hurry

Westminster Telephone Town Hall set for Aug. 14 A chance for Westminster residents to talk to City Councilors over the telephone has been pushed back a month, to the evening of Aug. 14. Residents can … more

Labyrinth offers serenity and contemplation

In a world with a 24-hour news cycle, email, instant communication and the ever-increasing need to post daily events on social media, it can be difficult for Coloradans to slow down and give their … more

From ditches to creeks, city mapping waterways

Graduate student Duke Douglas is getting first hand look at the City of Westminster’s waterways this summer, ranging from neighborhood ditches and concrete canals to faster streams like Big Dry … more

Alleged burglar on the run shot by Westminster motorcycle cop

An alleged burglary at 103rd and Dover in Westminster ended with one man shot by a Westminster Police officer on 92nd and Fenton St., just north of the Brunswick Lanes Bowling alley. Westminster … more

Independence Day celebrations get under way

Adams County gets early start Adams County’s annual Stars and Stripes event kicks off at 4 p.m. Tuesday, July 3 at the Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Road, Brighton. This year’s … more

Westminster main breaks blamed on tank valve

A control valve in Westminster’s Wandering View water storage tanks is a likely the culprit behind a series of 14 water main breaks between 76th and 120th Avenues across Westminster over ten days. … more

Fundraiser for road rage shooting victims

Friends of a mother and two boys shot in a June 14 road rage incident have created an online fundraiser to help the family. Westminster Police arrested and charged Jeremy Webster, 23, of Colorado … more

From park and ride, Hotel Row has been long-term goal

The grand opening of the new Hyatt Place Hotel, right next door to the full-service Marriott Hotel, on June 7 marked the “completion of the journey” so to speak. It was the culminating … more

Fireworks efforts aimed at lowering the boom

Thornton Police and Fire Departments hope their latest July 4 promotions become the must-have lawn decorations across the city. The red, white and blue signs simply remind residents that all … more

Child dead, three injured in suspected road rage shooting

Westminster Police have arrested and charged a 23-year-old Colorado Springs man in the shooting of a man, a mother and her two sons outside of an 80th Avenue dentist office June 14. One of the … more

Westminster crews mopping up water main breaks

Westminster road crews are still cleaning up damage from a series of five water main breaks during rush hour June 12 over a wide area of the city, from the 72nd block north to 120th. more

Golfers converge on Westminster for amateur tournament

More than 96 amateur golfers from around the world came to Westminster’s Walnut Creek Golf Preserve June 4-7 for the Amercian Junior Golf Associaton’s Hale Irwin Colorado Junior tournament. … more

PrideFest returning for 44th year

Although it has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, Denver’s PrideFest can trace its roots all the way back to 1975. And this year’s event is going to be the biggest yet. “We’re going … more

Flaunting the wild at Standley Lake Regional Park

On June 17, rangers at Westminster’s Standley Lake Region park will lead people who sign up into canoes and kayaks for a wildlife tour of the area from a different perspective. On the night of the … more

Nice weather for Westy Mutts

The Westminster Chamber of Commerce hosted its first ever Mutts ‘n Struts Health and Wellness Fest May 26 at City Park, 105th and Sheridan. The event featured a running race for people and their … more

Westminster budget work starts with public input

Westminster officials are set to begin working on the 2019-2020 budget, not with numbers or financial forecasts but by finding out what people want. “What we are looking for from the public is what … more

No contract, no Rodeo Market for SWAG

Members of the South Westminster Art Group finished moving out of the Rodeo Market building at 73rd and Osceola during the last week of May, but president Jana Boutwell said they are not gone for … more

Parkway proponents predict profitability

The Jefferson Parkway could break ground on 2020, after four decades of planning and ample opposition. The proposed toll road that would nearly complete the vision of the 470 beltway completely … more

High school horticulture program is cream of the crop

What produces multi-colored beauty, has a long positive track record and provides good job opportunities? The answer is the Westminster High School horticulture program. It has had a long-time legacy … more
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